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The TWA Lounge on the 86th floor of One World Trade Center
TWA Lounge at One World Trade Center

TWA Lounge

Views to JFK from the 86th floor of One World Trade Center

Come check in to the TWA Lounge on the 86th floor of One World Trade Center. Our viewing platform inspired by the Swinging Sixties has panoramic vistas from Manhattan to John F. Kennedy International Airport 12 miles to the east — and summons the spirit and glamour of the Jet Age. Can we offer you a beverage? Enjoy a refreshment from our TAB and Champagne fridge and wander across original, Eero Saarinen-designed penny tile flooring from the TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport while admiring our collection of vintage TWA air hostess uniforms, artifacts and memorabilia.

Visit the TWA Lounge and discover design inspired by the TWA Flight Center:

 TWA Lounge at One World Trade Center

Sunken lounge carpeted in Chili Pepper Red, the signature color created by Saarinen for the TWA Flight Center, and the inspiration for Benjamin Moore’s 2018 Color of the Year, Caliente.

 TWA Lounge at One World Trade Center

Reception desk modeled after 1960s TWA ticket counters produced by iconic midcentury industrial designer Raymond Loewy, famed for his work on Coca-Cola vending machines, the Lucky Strike packages and the Studebaker Avanti.

 TWA Lounge at One World Trade Center

Curved seating banquettes and Eero Saarinen-designed penny tile flooring transported from JFK Airport to the 86th floor of One World Trade Center.

 TWA Lounge at One World Trade Center

Extensive rotating collection of original Jet Age David Klein prints commissioned by TWA, including Klein’s New York Fly TWA (1956), part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art.

 TWA Lounge at One World Trade Center

Collection of authentic TWA air hostess uniforms designed by Valentino, Ralph Lauren and Stan Herman, as well as the rare paper uniforms from TWA’s 1968 Foreign Accents campaign.

 TWA Lounge at One World Trade Center

Custom Solari split-flap analog display manufactured in Udine, Italy, showing flight arrivals.

 TWA Lounge at One World Trade Center

Vintage Saarinen Tulip Chairs with original 1962 Knoll fabric plus Saarinen Executive Side Chairs, Arm Chairs and marble Pedestal Tables, all produced by Knoll.

 TWA Lounge at One World Trade Center

Glowing stretch ceiling lighting inspired by the swooping architecture of the TWA Flight Center.

 TWA Lounge at One World Trade Center

Vintage TWA Royal Ambassador china dinnerware.

 TWA Lounge at One World Trade Center

Working 1962 Polaroid Model 20 Swinger Cameras and Underwood Olivetti Typewriters.

 TWA Lounge at One World Trade Center

Curated soundtrack featuring Frank Sinatra, The 5th Dimension, the Beatles, Rosemary Clooney, Dusty Springfield and Dean Martin.

 TWA Lounge at One World Trade Center

Airline beverage carts stocked with soda and snacks; Champagne fridge filled with Moet & Chandon, TAB and miniature booze bottles.

 TWA Lounge at One World Trade Center

Array of authentic TWA swizzle sticks.

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